One spell to bind him: ‘Witches’ unite worldwide to take on Trump in bizarre ritual
According to the bewitching campaigners, the “spell” is scheduled to be performed at the stroke of midnight EST on Friday February 24, and again on waning crescent moon ritual days until Trump leaves office. (In case you don’t already have them marked in your diary going forward, for the next few months they include March 26, April 24, May 23 and June 21.)
The binding spell is supposed to prevent the person from doing damage to themselves or others.
So, in theory, the ritual covers Trump and those who “abet him,” presumably strategist Steve Bannon and advisor Kellyanne Conway – and possibly Vladimir Putin, depending on where you get your real or fake news.
Will it work? Well, it seems many non-witches who are unhappy with Trump are willing to take the chance:
me: i don't believe in witchcraft— judgmental gay (@judgmentalgay) February 24, 2017
NEWS: witches worldwide are planning to cast a spell on president donald trump
"Witches are organizing to cast a binding spell on President Trump"— ℭ 🥀 (@Iittleghost) February 24, 2017
Me: idk man I don't believe in witchcraft— Arturo Castillo (@ErreDos_DeDos) February 23, 2017
News: Witches worldwide are planning to cast a spell on Donald Trump
News: "Witches worldwide are planning to cast a spell on Donald Trump on February 24th. Here's how to join them."— Jacob Springfield (@j_springfield44) February 23, 2017
Meanwhile, some Christians aren’t too pleased at the prospect and are planning their own counter-mission of prayer.
GUYS WITCHES ARE CASTING A SPELL TO BIND TRUMP AND CHRISTIANS ARE PRAYING TO PROTECT HIM GET MY POPCORN pic.twitter.com/QRdrISt9Zz— Laura Shortridge (@DiscordianKitty) February 23, 2017
According to the “Bind Trump” Facebook page, to join in the ritual all budding witches will need is a few common household ingredients, including a tiny stub of orange candle, a pin or small nail, a bowl of water and an unflattering photo of Trump.